Super Fruits Aojiru Diet
1, 100% Japanese young barley grass
Contains 100% chemical-free green barley produced in Japan by contract farms!
Absolutely no sub-materials, flavoring agents, additives or preservatives!
2, Super fruits
Maqui berry (Aristotelia chilensis) is an exotic, dark-purple fruit that grows wild in South America.
Is marketed as a “superfruit” due to its high antioxidant content and potential health benefits, including reduced inflammation, blood sugar control and heart health.
Found on açaí palm trees in South American rainforests, açaí berries are a lot like grapes. The seed takes up about 80% of the berry, but the flesh and skin pack plenty of vitamins and other nutrients in the remaining 20%. Not to mention the berries are only about 70 calories a cup.
Dragon fruit grows on the Hylocereus cactus, also known as the Honolulu queen, whose flowers only open at night. Dragon fruit is a tropical fruit native to Mexico and Central America. Its taste is like a combination of a kiwi and a pear. Dragon fruit is a low-calorie fruit that is high in fiber and provides a good amount of several vitamins and minerals.
Dragon fruit contains several antioxidants that protect your cells from damage. These include betalains, hydroxycinnamates, and flavonoids.
Camu camu is rich in vitamin C, a vitamin that acts as a powerful antioxidant in your body and is vital for the health of your skin and immune system.
It’s contains a combination of antioxidants that combat reactive molecules called free radicals, which may particularly benefit the health of those who smoke.
And, may have antibacterial properties and could help reduce blood pressure, weight, and blood sugar levels. However, more research is needed to support these findings.
The pomegranate is a fruit that contains hundreds of edible seeds called arils. They are rich in fiber, vitamins, minerals and bioactive plant compounds, but they also contain some sugar.
Pomegranates contain punicalagins and punicic acid, unique substances that are responsible for most of their health benefits.
You might have heard of goji berries and their health benefits. Their history as a medicinal plant has roots in ancient China. Many people use goji berries to treat eye, liver, and kidney issues.
3, Super food
Quinoa is one of the world's most popular health foods. It is gluten-free, high in protein and one of the few plant foods that contain sufficient amounts of all nine essential amino acids. And also high in fiber, magnesium, B vitamins, iron, potassium, calcium, phosphorus, vitamin E and various beneficial antioxidants.
Amaranth is a nutritious, gluten-free grain that provides plenty of fiber, protein and micronutrients. It has also been associated with a number of health benefits, including reduced inflammation, lower cholesterol levels and increased weight loss. Best of all, this grain is easy to prepare and can be added to a variety of dishes, making it an excellent addition to your diet.
Spirulina is a type of blue-green algae that grows in both salt and fresh water. It may be one of the most nutrient-dense foods on earth. It may improve your levels of blood lipids, suppress oxidation, reduce blood pressure and lower blood sugar.
The maca plant, known scientifically as Lepidium meyenii, is sometimes referred to as Peruvian ginseng. Maca root powder is high in carbs and rich in a number of nutrients, including vitamin C, copper and iron. It also contains many bioactive plant compounds. It can improve symptoms of menopause, including hot flashes and disrupted sleep at night. And is easy to incorporate into your diet and is widely available. Some evidence indicates that maca, in particular the black variety, can improve learning and memory.
Broccoli sprouts have loads of health benefits. Researchers have known for a while that cruciferous vegetables are good for you, and studies consistently confirm that diets rich in cruciferous vegetables are linked to a decreased risk for chronic diseases, like cardiovascular disease and cancer. That's most likely because cruciferous vegetables like arugula, broccoli, bok choy, Brussels sprouts, kale, cabbage, and wasabi all contain compounds that have anti-inflammatory, anti-aging, and possibly cancer-fighting effects.
Cocoa is rich in polyphenols, which have significant health benefits, including reduced inflammation and improved cholesterol levels. Health benefits of cocoa include decreased inflammation, improved heart and brain health, blood sugar and weight control and healthy teeth and skin.
Coconut oil is high in fats called medium chain triglycerides, which are metabolized differently than most other fats. These special fats are responsible for a lot of the health benefits of coconut oil. The fatty acids in coconut oil can kill harmful pathogens, including bacteria, viruses and fungi. This could potentially help to prevent infections. And the fatty acids in coconut oil can significantly reduce appetite, which may lead to reduced body weight over the long term.
Hemp seeds are rich in healthy fats and essential fatty acids. They are also a great protein source and contain high amounts of vitamin E, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, magnesium, sulfur, calcium, iron and zinc. About 25% of the calories in hemp seeds come from protein. What’s more, they contain all the essential amino acids, making them a complete protein source.
Moringa leaves are rich in many important nutrients, including protein, vitamin B6, vitamin C, riboflavin and iron. It is rich in various antioxidants, including quercetin and chlorogenic acid. Moringa leaf powder can increase blood antioxidant levels. It can lower your cholesterol levels, potentially reducing the risk of heart disease.
Great for your diet! Delivers lactobacillus straight to your gut.
Also contains papaya-derived enzyme and manzoku yeast!
Human-derived lactic acid bacteria
Small size and easy to absorb
Support your diet!
Human-derived from fruits
Actived papaya-derived enzyme
The enzmye is reduced by age
Human test confirmed
Support your diet!
4, In gredients:
Green barley powder (from Kyushu), water-soluble dietary fiber, reduced maltose, dissolvedstarch, starch, yeast (contains zinc, manganese, copper, iodine, selenium, chromium,molybdenum), papaya extract, collagen peptide, mixed plant powder (quinoa powder,amaranthus powder, malted barley powder, barley powder, moringa powder, hempseed powder,goji berry powder, maca powder, pomegranate juice powder, coconut oil powder, acai powder,cocoa powder, spirulina powder, red dragon fruit extract powder, maki berry juice powder,camucamu fruit powder, broccoli sprout powder), strawberry juice powder, kiwi fruit juicepowder, pineapple juice powder, grape juice powder, peach juice powder, yeast peptide, sterilizedlactic acid bacteria powder, banana powder, apple juice powder, mango juice powder/sweetener(aspartame, L- phenylalanine compound, sucrose), flavoring agent, V.C, hyaluronate, V.E,niacin, calcium pantothenate, V.B1, V.B6, V.B2, V.A, folic acid, V.D, V.B12 (contains somedairy, soy, peach, apple, banana, kiwifruit and gelatin)
How to drink:
Pour 100 ml of water or milk and mix well before eating. Take 1~2pack per day.
Healthy flavor from materials sourced entirely in Japan
Since ancient times, the rich natural environment of Japan has produced foods and herbs that our ancestors learned how to ferment and process, and those traditional techniques and wisdom are still with us. Today, the combination of Japanese foods and scientific insights is expected to lead to the development of more functional foods that promote health and are confirmed to be both effective and safe.
Japan is also facing an unprecedented aging of its demographics, which is leading to a higher healthcare spending and turning health itself into a serious issue for society. We have reached the level in which one out of every four people in the population is age 65 or older. There is, thus, a keen desire among the Japanese for "remaining healthy throughout life" and "living a long, full and healthy life."
The name "Nihon-Yakken" comes from "Nihon," or Japan, and two characters that mean "medicine" and "health." The idea behind it is, "we want to serve our customers' health through traditional Japanese herbs and foods that can be consumed in safety and confidence."
We want our products to be high-quality but available for reasonable prices, we want our services to win heartfelt praise, and we want to deliver them to as many people as possible. Through this, we want to contribute to society by expanding the "circle of happiness" to our customers, business partners and employees.
We cherish this passion and enthusiasm, and it inspires us to take on new challenges. We will continue to make every effort to be a company that you can love and trust.
November 25, 2014: Established "Nihon-Yakken Co., Ltd."
October 10, 2015: Launched first offerings in the "Kinno Aojiru" series, featuring pure Japan-produced green barley powder in packages of 22, 46 and 90 packets
October 2015: Ranked No. 11 on manufacturer sales in the in-store powdered aojiru market (share of 1.6%)
December 2015: Ranked No. 7 on manufacturer sales in the in-store powdered aojiru market (share of 2.8%)
January 2016: Ranked No. 6 on manufacturer sales in the in-store powdered aojiru market (share of 3.1%)
February 6, 2016: Achieved No. 1 on five key Rakuten Rankings: "Health Drink Daily Ranking," "Aojiru Daily Ranking," "Health Drink Real-Time Ranking," "Aojiru Real-Time Ranking" and "Soft Drink Real-Time Ranking"
March 2016: Ranked No. 5 on manufacturer sales in the in-store powdered aojiru market (share of 3.5%)
April 1st, 2016: Launched 14-packet offering in "Kinno Aojiru" series featuring pure Japan-produced green barley powder
October 2016: Ranked No. 4 on manufacturer sales in the in-store powdered aojiru market (share of 5.8%)
November 1st, 2016: Launched 60-packet version of "Gokusen Aojiru," a product designed by a managerial dietitian
March 1st, 2017: Launched a new "Lactobacillus x Enzyme" product in the "Kinno Aojiru" series, featuring 25 varieties of pure Japan-produced vegetables (30 packets)
May 2017: Ranked No. 3 on manufacturer sales in the in-store powdered aojiru market (share of 8.1%)
September 1st, 2017: Launched 30-packet version of "Super Fruits Aojiru Diet"
April 1st, 2018: Launched 30-packet version of Protein x Aojiru
September 1st, 2018: Launched 30-packet version of "Activated Carbon x Aojiru"
September 2018: Ranked No. 3 on manufacturer sales in the in-store powdered aojiru market (share of 8.1%)
December 3rd, 2018: Launched 176-packet version of "Kinno Aojiru" featuring pure Japan-produced green barley powder
June 3rd, 2019: Launched "Gokusen Aojiru for Beauty," designed by a managerial dietitian
September 2nd, 2019: Launched 20-packet version of "Sugar x Fat Sukkiri Tea"
October 1st, 2019: Launched 20-packet version of "Kuzunohana Tea" certified for functional indications
January 6th, 2020: Launched 60-packet version of "Ryokushu Aojiru"
January 31st, 2020: In 2019, the "Kinno Aojiru" series of "100% domestic Japanese green barley powder" ranked No. 1 for sales for the 4th consecutive year (beginning 2016) on the domestic aojiru market according to a study published by TPC Marketing Research Corp.
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